Dr. Iwasam Elemi AgborDepartment
Dr. Iwasam obtained a BSc. Degree in Physics, and after the mandatory NYSC in Katsina State, returned for another degree program in Medicine and Surgery (MBBCh) through direct entry all in the University of Calabar. At completion, He became a Fellow of the West African College of Physicians, FWACP (Community Health), and currently an academic staff in the Department of Community Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Calabar (UNICAL) from July 2016 till date. He is also an Honorary Consultant in the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar (UCTH), Cross River State. Besides clinical practice and lecturing responsibilities, He is proficient in both qualitative and quantitative data management with vast knowledge in the use of both qualitative and quantitative data analyses software such as SPSS, Epi-Info, Atlas.Ti. etc. He is a member of The Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria (MDCAN) and Association of Public Health Practitioners of Nigeria (APHPN). Dr. Iwasam is a Preacher of the gospel of Christ and happily married.
|First School Leaving Certificate||PCN Primary School, Igbo Imabana, Abi Local Government Area, Cross river State, Nigeria||1975||1980 delete_forever|
|WASC||Community Secondary School, Igbo Imabana, Abi Local Government Area, Cross river State, Nigeria||1981||1985 delete_forever|
|B.Sc.(Hons) Physics||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1989||1994 delete_forever|
|MBBCh||University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria||1995||2005 delete_forever|
|Fellow, West African College of Physicians||West African College of Physicians||2008||2015 delete_forever|
|Ekpenyong, N. O., Omoronyia, O. E., Iwasam, E. A., Nwoha, D. C. (2019). Knowledge, perception and involvement of men in family planning in rural communities of Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of medical science and clinical research, 7(2), 41-48.|
|Ajuluchukwu, E. U., Nweke, J., Oluchukwu, E. A., & Iwasam, E. A. (2019). The Proportion and Nature of Disrespect and Abuse during facility-based care in a rural and an urban setting in Kano, northwest Nigeria; A mixed-method study. Texila International Journal of Public Health, 7(3), 161-169.|
|Ajuluchukwu, E. U., Oluchukwu, E. A., Iwasam, E. A., & Nweke, J. (2019). Factors affecting Disrespect and Abuse during facility-based care in rural and urban setting in Kano, northwest Nigeria; A mixed-method study. Texila International Journal of Public Health, 7(3), 177-188.|
|Anaba, R., Ajuluchukwu, E. U., Iwasam, E. A., Igwe, M. N., & Orji, B. (2018). Knowledge, Attitude, and Contraceptive Preferences Among Postpartum Women in Izzi, Ezza South, and Ikwo Local Government Areas of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. Hospital Practices and Research, 3(1), 11-15.|
|Joe-Ikechebelu, N. N., Azuike, E. C., Agbor, I. E., Nwankwo, B. E., Onyemachi, P. E., Obi, I. V., Okolie, V. E. & Obi, K. M. (2018). Use of Modern Family Planning Methods Among Women of SouthWestern Nigeria: A Snapshot. CPQ Medicine, 2(6), 01-10.|
|Oluchikwu, A. E., Ajuluchukwu, U. E., Aminu, B. T., Iwasam, E. A., & Ibrahim, S. S. (2018). Simultaneous pregnancy in each uterine cavity of a double uterine in a young Nigerian multipara who presented with a retained second twin following an unsupervised preterm labor at home; Case report. International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, 42: 224-226.|
|Iwasam, E. A., Nnette, O. E., & Ekpe, E. L. (2018). Preferred Audience of HIV Status Disclosure and Reasons among HIV Positive Individuals in Cross River State. Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Research, 6(12), 652-667.|
|Joanah, M. I., Okpara, H. C., Iwasam, E. A., Imaobong, S. E. & Ekanem, E. E. (2017). Asymptomatic Hepatitis C Infection in Nigerian Adolescents. E-Cronicon Journals, 4(4), 113-118.|
|Eteng, F. O. & Iwasam, E. A. (2016). Creating awareness on public health and well-being among rural dwellers in Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Education and Research, 4(2), 291-302.|
|Ekpe, L. E. & Iwasam, A. E. (2016). Hypertension in a Rural Community in South-South Nigeria. Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, 26(10), 868-869.|
|Joanah, I., Okpara, H., Iwasam, E. A., Yeonun, O., Ekong, U. & Ekanem, E. (2016). The prevalence of hepatitis B virus infection in Nigerian children prior to vaccine introduction into the National Programme on Immunization schedule. Pan-African Medical Journal, 23:128.|
|Ansa, V. O., Anah, M. U., Odey, F. O., Mbu, P. N. & Agbor, E. I. (2010). Relationship between Parental Socio-economic Status and Casual Blood Pressure in Coastal Nigerian Adolescents. West African Journal of Medicine, 29(3),146-152.|
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